The first four steps of the reflective thinking sequence in order are A define

The first four steps of the reflective thinking

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54.The first four steps of the reflective thinking sequence, in order, are: A.define the problem; analyze the problem; establish criteria for a solution; generate possible solutions to the problem.B.brainstorm solutions; analyze and decide on a solution; implement the best solution; follow up on the solution.C. forming; storming; norming; performing.D. orientation; conflict; emergence; reinforcement.The first four steps of the reflective thinking sequence in order are: define the problem; analyze the problem; establish criteria for a solution; generate possible solutions to the problem.Adler - Chapter 08 #54Topic: Problem-Solving Communication: Systematic Problem Solving55.All of the following remarks would help you analyze a parking problem except: Adler - Chapter 08 #55Topic: Problem-Solving Communication: Systematic Problem Solving
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56.You are on a team of students using the reflective-thinking sequence to select the communication text for next year's students. Currently, your team is completing the third step (identifying the criteria to use when you compare possible textbooks). Which of the following statements is NOT an example of a criterion? Adler - Chapter 08 #56Topic: Problem-Solving Communication: Systematic Problem Solving57.Which of the following is NOT a necessary question to ask when selecting the best of your proposed solutions? Adler - Chapter 08 #57Topic: Problem-Solving Communication: Systematic Problem Solving
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